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"Oh my, they don't tell you these kinds of things in the opening letter of the editor in the later issues, let me tell you!
Thank you for sharing Scott and Mel. I will keep this in mind when I begin reading the earlier editions."
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I sign the portuguese magazine, so I believe if the number is still available I can easly buy it for you. this is totaly independent of any other thing we can do together. it is easy and not a problem to me to help you. I will only charge what they charge me for the magazine and of corse shipping cost with out any handling cost.
for my side I need 11 numbers from 1900 till 1910 all for the year 1900, 1903 and 1904. do you any for sale or know who have?
I am trully sorry for giving you a false hope. Since many years I sign the magazine in portuguese, and every time I travel for some months, when I return if some magazine is not in great condition I call to the editor and ask them to send me a new one.
Because of that I always new that they had old magazine for sale and was easy to resolve the problem.
t happens one year ag they dicided to destroy all the old magazines they used to have and with out saying anything to any one.
I called them and there is no more magazines from the date you asked.
I tried to see in palces where they sell old magazines and nathing. Not in the condition you and i collect.
I am trully sorry for giving you a false hope.
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